$100 million mosque slated for site near Ground Zero

Ethel C. Fenig
"Because," as New York's mayor Michael Bloomberg warned last week, "we must not condemn one group for the actions of one distorted individual,"...or something like that
Two Muslim groups that say they want to promote better understanding of their religion and heal the wounds from Sept. 11 are drawing close to constructing a $100-million mosque and Islamic cultural center in the shadows of the World Trade Center site.
according to Bart Jones of Newsday.

Well, that should certainly add to the economy of New York by providing all those construction jobs. How nice. Now, just where will they get all this money?

Placing the center close to the site of the late World Trade Center will not promote healing and as for promoting a "better understanding of their religion" it would certainly be a constant reminder of the evil its capable of.

"Because," as New York's mayor Michael Bloomberg warned last week, "we must not condemn one group for the actions of one distorted individual,"...or something like that
Two Muslim groups that say they want to promote better understanding of their religion and heal the wounds from Sept. 11 are drawing close to constructing a $100-million mosque and Islamic cultural center in the shadows of the World Trade Center site.
according to Bart Jones of Newsday.

Well, that should certainly add to the economy of New York by providing all those construction jobs. How nice. Now, just where will they get all this money?

Placing the center close to the site of the late World Trade Center will not promote healing and as for promoting a "better understanding of their religion" it would certainly be a constant reminder of the evil its capable of.